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Cat: ZENCD 258. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Mwana (feat Mwanje Tembo, Theresa Mutale Tembo & Sunburnt Soul Choir)
  2. Freedom
  3. Wake Up (interlude)
  4. Time's Up (feat Krown)
  5. Grass Is Greener
  6. Dare To Fly (feat Ecca Vandal)
  7. Any Day (feat Whosane)
  8. OMG
  9. Light It Up (interlude)
  10. Final Form
  11. Heaven (feat Whosane)
  12. Diamond In The Ruff (feat Thando & Krown)
  13. Leading Us Home
  14. Summer (feat Steam Down)
  15. Brand New (feat SILENTJAY)
  16. Give Love (interlude)
  17. The Return (feat Thando, Jace XL, Alien & Whosane)
  18. Don't Give Up (feat Mandarin Dreams)
  19. Made Us Better (feat Blue Lab beats, Boadi & Lori)
Review: After Sampa's magic debut album it makes sense she's been signed by Ninja Tune for a follow up. Once again here the Zambian-born Australian singer-songwriter and rapper is in excellent form, delivering slick, complex verses that she says are "the most me to date". Exploring notions of race and relationships, amongst other things, her voice is couched in gorgeous broken beat, hip hop and r&b production. Highlights are plentiful throughout - "OMG" is a funky afro beat, "Any Day" is neo soul in the mould of Erykah Badu and "Final Form" is a trumpet lead, warrior queen anthem to get your chest pumping. Essential.
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Cat: ZENCD 254. Rel: 22 Mar 19
Deep House
  1. Unifying The Center (Abstract)
  2. Renewal (Hyla mix)
  3. Stanley's Get Down (No Parking On The DF)
  4. Leave Room 2 Breathe (feat Alexa Dash)
  5. Orca's Reprise
  6. Missy Knows What's Up
  7. Sunshine In The Valley (feat Alexa Dash)
  8. Move To The Front (Disco mix)
  9. Conclusion
Review: The rise of Jayda G in the last few years has been remarkable, though those who've heard her DJ sets will confirm that she's more than worthy of the accolades coming her way. Now firmly part of the Ninja Tune family, the Canadian has delivered a debut album that has set tongues wagging. With boisterous Alexa Dash collaboration "Leave Room 2 Breathe" and the skewed lo-fi disco warmth of "Move To The Front (Disco Mix)" being the lead singles -the set is packed full of top tracks that draw on a disparate range of complimentary influences (proto-house, Chicago house, deep house, dreamy breaks, disco, electrofunk etc). To be honest, we wouldn't expect anything less.
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Cat: ZENCD 226. Rel: 15 Mar 19
 
Experimental/Electronic
  1. To Believe (feat Moses Sumney)
  2. A Caged Bird/Imitations Of Life (feat Roots Manuva)
  3. Lessons
  4. Wait For Now/Leave The World (feat Tawiah)
  5. The Workers Of Art
  6. Zero One/This Fantasy (feat Grey Reverend)
  7. A Promise (feat Heidi Vogel)
Review: Given the rise in popularity in new school jazz in recent years, it seems a fitting time to welcome back Ninja Tune stalwarts The Cinematic Orchestra. "To Believe" is not only their first album in some seven years, but also one of their strongest releases to date. Opening with the poignant neo-classical/soul fusion "To Believe", the set sees Jason Swinscoe and company attractively saunter between jazz-electronica fusion (Roots Manuva collaboration ("A Caged Bird/Imitations Of Life"), pastoral jazz epics (the sunset ready epic that is "Lessons"), gentle downtempo songs ("Wait For Now/Leave The World"), ambient jazz ("The Workers Of Art") and slowly unfurling dancefloor workouts (killer closing cut "A Promise"). In a word: stunning.
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Cat: ZENCD 250. Rel: 05 Oct 18
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Your Biggest Fan
  2. Work It
  3. The Psychologist
  4. Lara
  5. Day Dreaming
  6. The Tunnel
  7. Workaholic Paranoid Bitch
  8. So Right
  9. Burn Me
  10. La Chambre Interieure
Review: Earlier in the year, modern minimal wave and coldwave hero Marie Davidson signed a high-profile deal with Ninja Tune. Here, she makes good on that contract, following a couple of killer singles with what could be her strongest album to date. After setting the tone with clandestine, tongue-in-cheek opener "Your Biggest Fan" - a creepy spoken word cut taking aim at stalker-line fans to the accompaniment of heavy analogue synth bass and creepy computer bleeps - Davidson giddily flits between elastic dancefloor workouts (the brilliantly sleazy "Work It" and mind-altering "Workaholic Paranoid Bitch"), attractive post-EBM instrumentals (the psychedelic and fizzing "Lara"), meditative ambient melodiousness ("Day Dreaming"), bizarre experimental weirdness (the suitable dystopian "The Tunnel"), and stylish analogue pop (the whispered vocals and off-kilter early morning funk of "So Right").
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Cat: ZENCD 140. Rel: 25 Mar 10
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. Prelude
  2. Kiara
  3. Kong
  4. Eyesdown (feat Andreya Triana)
  5. El Toro
  6. We Could Forever
  7. 1009
  8. All In Forms
  9. The Keeper (feat Andreya Triana)
  10. Stay The Same (feat Andreya Triana)
  11. Animals
  12. Black Sands
Review: Black Sands, the eagerly anticipated fourth album from Simon Green AKA Bonobo, is no revolutionary change from his signature sound but does come with perhaps even more subtlety and complexity than his previous offerings. Having constantly instilled a degree of integrity and value back into chill out music following the influx of Cafe Del Mar and Coffeeshop compilations, Green once again displays a musicianship that sets him apart as a true artist and producer amongst a sea of downtempo and chillout DJs.
His undeniably clear understanding of composition and arrangement of live instruments has enabled Green to make an album that reaches out through diverse styles, taking influence and inspiration from wherever possible. On Black Sands, Green delves into electronic music and bass more than he did across Animal Magic, Dial "M" For Monkey or Days To Come but does so with enough subtlety and finesse to refrain from causing a radical shift in his product. Tracks like "Kiara," "We Could Forever" and "All In Forms" all utilise beats and bass in a more contemporary outlook than we are used to with Bonobo. Of course the instrumental feel is still there for all to see. Title track "Black Sands" takes this position for almost seven minutes of a horn infused waltz whereas "Kong" assumes the traditional soul-jazz Bonobo take and "Animals" lets delicate drum patterns guide us through pleasing tempo shifts.
The instrumental vibe is highlighted further in the album's approach to vocals. Unlike his last album, Days To Come which was littered with vocals, Black Sands houses only three tracks that contain vocals. The breathy vocals of Andreya Triana complete tracks like "Stay the Same" and "The Keeper" turning them in more traditional songs. Black Sands is another loving crafted offering that uses orchestral arrangements but this time merged with more of a dance aesthetic. As he continues to make chillout more credible in his experimental way, it's no wonder that Bonobo is one of the biggest artists to come from the excellent Ninja Tune.
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Ma Fleur (CD)
Cat: ZENCD 122. Rel: 05 May 07
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz
  1. To Build A Home
  2. Familiar Ground
  3. That Home
  4. Child Song
  5. Music Box
  6. Ma Fleur
  7. Prelude
  8. As The Stars Fall
  9. Into You
  10. Breathe
  11. Time & Space
Review: "Ma Fleur" is the first full studio album by Jason Swinscoe's Cinematic Orchestra since 2002's "Everyday". The record was written as the soundtrack to a specially commissioned screenplay for an imagined film (which may or may not be made). Shortly after finishing "Everyday", a piece of music which achieved great critical and commercial success, Jason Swinscoe relocated from East London to Paris. Here he began work on the instrumentals which would form the basis of his new record - more moods than finished tracks, a series of sketches or diagrams of directions to follow. Having completed a rough version by early 2005, he gave this to a friend who disappeared for three weeks and came back with short story scripts in which each scene represented a story of a different time in life, expressing the emotions which underpin the journey from birth to death. Jason then took this and worked some more on the tracks, and in turn gave this back to his scriptwriter, the two aspects of the project developing alongside one another. Gradually, Swinscoe recruited suitable vocalists for the atmospheres and themes he wanted to deal with. The remarkable Fontella Bass, who is now sadly in frail health, is the woman behind both legendary soul number "Rescue Me" as well as some of the Art Ensemble of Chicago's finest moments, had worked on "Everyday" and was an obvious choice to voice the parts of the elderly protagonist that Swinscoe envisaged. Mercury-nominated Lou Rhodes is not only a fantastic singer but a young mother and so perfect for the "mid-life" singer. The as-yet unheralded Patrick Watson, a remarkable vocalist from Montreal, became the youngest of the trio.
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Bicep (CD)
Cat: ZENCD 244. Rel: 01 Sep 17
Deep House
  1. Orca
  2. Glue
  3. Kites
  4. Vespa
  5. Ayaya
  6. Spring
  7. Drift
  8. Opal
  9. Rain
  10. Ayr
  11. Vale
  12. Aura
Review: Of all DJ duos currently operating in British dance music, Belfast boys Bicep might be the hardest to pin down (Optimo aside, of course). Certainly, this debut album is not easy to pigeonhole, though it is an enjoyably cohesive listen. This is largely down to two factors; the frequent use of deliciously colorful and loved-up synthesizer parts, and the duo's innate ability to utilize beats tailor-made for dancefloor devastation. So while keen dancefloor historians may notice sly (and not so subtle) nods to '89 rave, U.S house and garage, Italo-disco, late '90s progressive house, jungle and early British hardcore, the album never sounds anything less than a fine set of Bicep tracks. Expect it to be one of the biggest albums of the year.
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Cat: ZENCD 232. Rel: 30 Sep 16
Footwork/Juke
  1. Lapis
  2. Morphogene (feat Ruckazoid)
  3. Angel Speak (feat MeLo-X)
  4. Tell U (feat Rochelle Jordan)
  5. Surfed Out
  6. Do It 4 U (feat DAWN)
  7. Celestial Levels (feat Jesse Boykins III)
  8. Isometrix
  9. Spectrum Sequence
  10. White Crown (feat Tosin Abasi)
  11. Ocean Of Thought
  12. Etheric Body Temple
  13. Dos Puertas (feat Kevin Hussein)
  14. Opalescent
  15. Colour Communicator
Review: In the three years since the release of his last full-length as Machinedrum, Vapor City, Travis Stewart seems to have done some soul-searching. Whereas that set was a punchy and occasionally punishing mixture of juke, D&B, and UK garage sounds, Human Energy looks towards new age sounds and ideas for inspiration. Of course, Stewart hasn't completely abandoned skittish rhythms and bass music influences, it's just that these come wrapped in cheery, off-kilter synthesizer melodies, sparkling electronic flourishes, and repeated nods towards ambient, R&B and experimental synth-pop. As a result, it's a hugely entertaining and imaginative set, with just enough club-ready fodder to keep DJs happy.
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Glass (CD)
Cat: ZENCD 237. Rel: 04 Nov 16
Techno
  1. The Journey
  2. Fall Into Water
  3. Red Glass
  4. Wounded
  5. Oracle
  6. Fuel The Fire
  7. River
  8. Thousand Yard Stare
  9. Paradise
Review: Ryan Hunn AKA Illum Sphere has impressively grown and matured as a producer since making his debut on Fat City back in 2009. His 2014 debut album, Ghosts of Then & Now, was something of a watershed moment, tempering his experimental, bass-heavy dancefloor compositions with a newfound love of cinematic sounds. Glass arguably moves further in the latter direction. While there are some nods towards his club-ready past - see the 4/4 shuffle of "Fall Into Water", or the moody electro bounce of "Fuel The Fire" - it's not the beats that dominate, but rather his evocative chord progressions and IDM style melodies. In fact, it's the more sanguine, ambient inspired cuts, of which there are numerous, that really stand out.
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Cat: ZENCD 238. Rel: 25 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. Momma (feat Rejjie Snow) (1:30)
  2. Rich & Dan (1:30)
  3. Shanel (1:30)
  4. Wootera (1:30)
  5. Dog Brush (1:30)
  6. Bad Sign (feat Jed & Lucia) (1:30)
  7. Frugaloo (1:30)
  8. Soulette (1:30)
  9. Rubu (1:30)
  10. Last Night On The Planet (feat Pyramid Vritra) (1:30)
Review: Some three years on from the release of their acclaimed, self-titled debut album, Letherette's Andy Harber and Richard Roberts are finally ready to share the follow-up. Happily, it's another sublime set. Over the course of 10 impeccably produced tracks, the duo shimmies between dreamy instrumental hip-hop (the traditional Ninja Tune grooves of opener "Momma"), loose-limbed, jazz-flecked electronica, spacey Dam Funk style electrofunk (the brilliant "Shanel"), garage-influenced UK house ("Wootera"), blazed downtempo pop (the claustrophobic "Bad Sign"), and various strains of imaginative, colourful deep house ("Dog Brush", "Soulette"). They even find time to squeeze in one of the most beautiful cuts of the year, the crystalline "Rubu".
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Cat: ZENCD 249. Rel: 15 Jun 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. From The Sea/It Looms (Chapters I & II)
  2. Movements (Chapter III)
  3. Birds On The Tarmac (Footnote III)
  4. Julia (Footnote IV)
  5. Drinking It In Again (Chapter IV)
  6. Trouble (Chapter V) (part I, II & III)
  7. Envelopes (Chapter VI)
  8. English Oak (Chapter VII)
  9. Ice Cream (Chapter VIII)
  10. It Breaks (Chapter IX)
Review: You have to admire Leon Vynehall's ambition. Although he built his career by delivering atmospheric, otherworldly club music, his first set for Ninja Tune is a sprawling, largely ambient - or at the very least hazy and horizontal - concept album inspired by the story of his parents emigrating to New York. Thus, the ten tracks that make up the album - crafted from a combination of field recordings, sound effects, orchestral instrumentation recorded at Konk's studio in New York and his own sublime electronics - were produced and sequenced to tell a story. It's epic stuff, all told, but crucially also incredibly good. It proves, without any shadow of a doubt, that Vynehall is a producer with talent to match his widescreen vision.
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Origin (CD)
Cat: ZENCD 256. Rel: 14 Jun 19
Soul
  1. Mad World
  2. Say Something
  3. Mind's Eye
  4. Rolling Into One
  5. Oasis
  6. Wildfire
  7. Signs
  8. You & Me
  9. Moda
  10. Speak
  11. Mantra
Review: Two years on from the release of his critically acclaimed "Wallflower" album on Ninja Tune, Jordan Rakei returns with his most eagerly awaited set to date. Happily, it doesn't disappoint. Beginning with the electronic soul-pop brilliance of "Mad World", Rakei effortlessly flits between synth-laden hip-hop-soul ("Say Something"), slinky downtempo songs ("Mind's Eye"), 21st century disco-boogie anthems ("Rolling Into One"), slow-burn musical fusions (the military drums, Juju guitars and heartfelt vocals of "Oasis") and the kind of sumptuous, sun-kissed fare that defies easy categorization. With Rakei's sultry vocals taking centre stage throughout, "Origin" is a sparkling set that just gets better with every listen.
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